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Ich and tang... more harassment and trolling by Roy Tristan Hauer
Roy "Tristin" Hauer wrote nothing of value to
anyone and was
promptly slapped down by a dead starfish:
wrote in message ...
Still trolling the groups... eh Tristan? Still making everyone as miserable
as you are..... what an ass!
WOW..this group sure has a lot of dumbasses associated with
it......shortucts, wow, pay the piper now or pay the piper
later........no such thing as a free luch.........as yo get out of it
what you put into it and that goes for not doing things right! duh!
I'm sure you'll get all kinds of usefull info on how to cure that ICH
magnet tang and rid your tank of ICH in the process all without taking
it out and putting it in a QT......This may make a good case study on
another marine group as to how not to do things!
On Tue, 27 Feb 2007 12:59:30 -0600, "Pszemol"
I made a stupid mistake and I added some new live rock
to an old, established tank without quarantine it first...
The effect: my large hepatus tang got ich.
I do not want to cure it in the reef and taking it out
will be a challenge. I was thinking about getting some
cleaner shrimps to eat the parasite from the fish skin.
I plan to buy two skunk cleaners (Lysmata amboinensis)
but in the mean time - how about adding some peppermint
shrimps? I have 3 medium sized Lysmata wurdermanni in
an other tank, I could move them to the tank with tang.
Do you think it is a good idea?
- I have two large maroon clowns and adult royal gramma
in the same tank with the hepatus tang... They do not show
any symptomps of ich. Can they be host without symptoms?
I forgot more about ponds and koi than I'll ever know!